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Kenges Rakishev and his own way to innovate

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Kenges Rakishev has owned multiple assets during his business career both as a private and a corporate investor. He is involved in several industries, including advanced tech, metal production, and finance, however his most significant assets are concentrated in two sectors – banking and mining. Rakishev’s current assets include a leading Russian gold mining company, a multinational industrial holdings group, and two of the biggest banks in Kazakhstan.

Kenges Rakishev’s mining Interests and Directorships

In addition to his investments in finance and technology, Kenges Rakishev has significant holdings in metal and mining companies. He has more than 75% of voting shares in SAT & Company, where he is Chairman of the Board. The company adhere to strict environmental guidelines and contribute to the communities surrounding their mines through charitable donations, supporting educational initiatives, offering sponsorships, and increasing employment opportunities.

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Kenges Rakishev and his financial sector’s secrets

While Kenges Rakishev has ventures and investments in a number of fields, primarily mining and technology, he also has two major investments in the Kazakh financial sector. Rakishev is a majority shareholder in Kazkommertsbank (KKB) and BTA Bank, where he used to serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors until 2018. KKB and BTA are among the leading financial institutions in Kazakhstan and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Kenges Rakishev
Kenges Rakishev

Kenges Rakishev’s Assets

Since the beginning of his career Kenes (Kenges) Rakishev has acquired and sold shares in a variety of sectors including mining, finance and technology. Read more about his past business assets, ventures and investments in Kazakhstan and across the world.

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